Indonesia has returned seven shipping containers of illegally imported waste to France and Hong Kong, an official said on Tuesday, marking the latest move by a Southeast Asian nation to send back rubbish to their wealthy places of origin.The containers were loaded with a combination of garbage, plastic waste and hazardous materials in violation of import rules, according to customs officials on Batam Island near Singapore.“The containers left on Monday and some officials were there to see the…


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